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Volume 13, Issue 2 (1984)

Personality Differences Between Learning Disabled and Emotionally Impaired Children

pp. 221—224

ABSTRACT: This study attempted to determine whether children certified as Learning Disabled and Emotionally Impaired could be differentiated from each other and/or regular education students on the basis of personality characteristics. There were 33 children in each group.The Children’s Personality Questionnaire was used to access the three groups. The results indicated that significant differences existed between the three groups. The Emotionally Impaired and Learning Disabled groups showed greater differences from the Regular Education children than they did from each other.

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